The Knapton Allotment Association was established in 2011 and has created a great way for local residents to get to know each other and develop their horticultural skills, as well as, growing wonderful vegetables and flowers.
There are 16 plots, of various sizes, one of which is used for bee hives. In addition, there are a range of communal fruit trees, including apples, pears, greengage, and cherry.
Our most recent project has been to establish a hedgerow, funded by the Woodland Trust, along the fence adjacent to the bridle and cycle path, to provide berries and habitat for wild birds.
From time to time plots do come available so if you live in or near to Knapton and are interested in joining us in this enjoyable pastime and great outdoor exercise then email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for an up-to-date position on availability.
Knapton Allotment Association Committee.
The Parish Council are delighted to announce that the new allotment site in Rufforth is now open for use.
Significant work went into preparing these plots, with comprehensive drainage, ploughing and fencing along with a new vehicular entrance and car parkiing.
The new site is in the field bordered by the cycle path and the entrance road to Harewood Whin with vehicular access near the junction of the entrance to Harewood Whin and the Gun Club.
There are 30 plots on the new site that will be offered to previous plot holders first but it is likely that additional plots will be available for residents who are interested.
Any queries should be addressed to Graham Mathers of the Allotment Holders Association via email at email@example.com.
Rufforth Allotment Holders Association.